Jenny Jo Allen
Education and Prevention Coordinator
Heidi Barrett comes to ASPEN with over 25 years of experience working with non-profits in and around Park County, Montana. She began her non-profit career as the sole employee of a small grass-roots organization, the Beartooth Alliance, in Silver Gate, Montana in the early 90’s. This group was formed to stop an industrial sized gold mine on the border of Yellowstone National Park. She then worked for the Greater Yellowstone Coalition for 17.5 years in the development department. She directed the Park County Senior Center for nearly two years before joining the ASPEN team.
Heidi’s passion has always been about creating healthy communities. She enjoys people from all walks of life and is energized when making a positive difference for those around her. Heidi has BFA from the University of Nebraska, with a teaching endorsement for K-12 in Art Education.
You can reach Heidi at Heidi@aspenmt.org or call 406-222-5902.
Jenny Jo Allen joins Aspen with over 15 years experience working in various Livingston non-profit agencies. During her time as a Links after school program coordinator, she was inspired to continue her education, majoring in applied psychology and minoring in health and human services. After earning a bachelors degree at Montana State University in Bozeman, she served Park, Gallatin, Sweet Grass and Meagher counties working for Western Montana Mental Health, Learning Partners, Community Health Partners and Youth Dynamics.
Assisting individuals and families with their goals to improve community health has been Jenny Jo’s focus throughout her career. She believes in creating safe places for all people to express themselves and understands the importance of establishing healthy boundaries in relationships. As ASPEN’s Education and Prevention Coordinator, Jenny Jo hopes to improve the current health and vitality of our community for generations to come.
You can reach Jenny Jo at email@example.com or call 406-222-5902.
ASPEN Safe House Manager
Kelly Miller comes to ASPEN with a law enforcement and military background. She has worked for the City of Billings as a 911 dispatcher and the Park County Sheriff’s Department as a detention officer. Her training with sexual harassment/assault response and prevention through the Montana Army National Guard shifted her interest into helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Trained in crisis intervention and advocacy support, Kelly is dedicated to empowering survivors and linking clients to local resources. She hopes to continue her education and strengthen her skills in order to serve the community and ASPEN. Kelly enjoys being involved in the community and volunteering her time to several local organizations.
You can reach Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406-222-5902.